Diptyque Philosykos perfumed soap

Diptyque Philosykos perfumed soap
Diptyque Philosykos perfumed soap
150 g

Code: DIP0832 | This item is currently unavailable

Description Diptyque Philosykos
Ingredients

The Diptyque Philosykos perfumed soap is a perfect complement to the fragrance from the same range. It gets rid of all the dirt from your skin, softens it beautifully, and gives it an unmistakable scent.

Characteristics:

  • washes hands effectively
  • has a pleasant fragrance
  • complements fragrance from the same line
  • pair with the fragrance for a wonderful gift

How to use:
Apply to wet hands and lather gently. Rinse hands thoroughly.

Ingredients

Composition
Green Notes, Woody Notes, Sea Notes
Consistency
Soap

About the brand Diptyque

The story of Diptyque began in the very heart of Paris, on the Boulevard Saint-Germain, bringing together three friends with the same creative passion. The company’s founders – Christiane Gautrot, Desmond Knox-Leet and Yves Couesland – originally started out in entirely unrelated industries. The first was an interior designer, the second a painter, and the third a theatre director and stage designer.

From designing fabrics and wallpapers together for the Liberty and Sanderson design houses, the trio then opened their own showroom together to present their designs. Yves became the business consultant; Desmond and Christiane were the artistic soul. Step by step, they built a unique space, which, in time, began to offer perfumes and home fragrances alongside their designer home decor. Their lack of experience in the world of perfume was compensated for by enthusiasm. And they succeeded.

Their first Eau de Toilette, simply called L’eau, became an instant classic with their customers. Now you will find dozens of products by Diptyque, many of which were created in collaboration with leading global perfumers such as Fabrice Pellegrin or Olivia Giacobetti. Diptyque perfumes are sensual and intoxicating. They emphasise your sex appeal and give you a true feeling of self-confidence.

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